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, and businesses are getting prepared. what the giants-cardinals match- up will mean to the local economy. >> cleanup begins in the aftermath of a devastating fire at a popular bay area restaurant. why a former tenant of the building says he's not surprised about what happened. >>> excitement is building. the giants open up their series tomorrow, but the pennant chase has local businesses hoping for a business boost. >> business was great in the dugout sports store. fans were snapling up gear. >> it will be good for pedros and pete's, and probably for public house. >> reporter: good, too, for the popular paradigm bar a block away. >> it was chaos for most of the time, but it was fun, you know. lots of people excited, and everyone, you know, piling out on the streets. >> now paragon is gearing up for a repeat, and trying to make room for as many as they can fit in. >> people have been calling in all day. that's what we're doing differently this time. we're doing all walk-in basics, so first come first several for the tables. we've opened up two additional rooms. a room in the back. >> loc
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bring a big league economic boost to local businesses. cbs 5 reporter don knapp with how neighborhood hangouts are preparing for the massive rush of fans. >> reporter: there's money to be made not only all over san francisco butter especially in this corner of san francisco where folks are naturally hoping the giants go all the way. especially the people who have businesses who sell to fans. red white and blue championship game bunting was going up while they held separate practice sessions on the field. business was great and the dugouts sports store with fans snapping up gear. kip just had to have another giants shirt. >> i bought another shirt because they won because i need something new to wear tomorrow to cheer them on. >> reporter: she was a ballpark regular and know what is the championship games mean for the neighborhood. >> it's good for pedro's and pete's. all along the corridor here and probably public house because it gets really crowded when the giants are playing and they can't afford tickets. >> reporter: good too for the popular paragon bar just a block away. >> it wa
department of homeland security, both federal, state, and local organizations. and we went through a whole briefing on the process to bring in defense, part of defense assets. it doesn't just come automatically. it's not their main mission and is a whole program of process that has to be followed in order to bring in the access. we partnered up with the department of emergency management. we did a briefing on what they call defense port civilian authorities. in 2011 we ratcheted it up with a stable top exercise with mass casualty evacuation. in 2012 back in august, we actually had a functional exercise where we set up command posts and we tested interoperable communications techniques and techniques on route clearing for mass debris route clearance. all of that is the lead agency in planning part of the emergency management with ralph and diane. and jill ray croft. it's all made possible by the waterfront department that is run by ann cronenberg. i'd loch for her to come up here and say a few words. (applause) >> thank you all. it's a pleasure to be here today. as louis mentioned, departme
. >> good morning, commissioners. my name is gilbert, i represent carpenters local 22. >> if i can interrupt for a moment, mr. president, how much time for each speaker? >> let's go 3 minutes. >> 3 minutes? >> good morning, commissioners, i'm happy to be here today to talk to you about the project. i represent carpenters in san francisco, i work for local 22, i'm one of the reps, and we represent carpenters in san francisco in the greater bay area, i urge you to support this project for many reasons, one of the main reasons as you all know is we'll create jobs for carpenters and other trades here in san francisco, plus the taxes it will generate to continue to build more parks. what i see today from the shadow -- the presentation is that the shadow is minimal, it's basically in the morning and in the late evening and i think it's very minimal as far as the project being shut down because of the shadows, so i urge you to strongly support this project. it's going to create approximately 27 thousand permanent jobs in the area, 8300 jobs will be related to the construction, 17 thousand jobs rela
corrupt and wasting money. local politicians say the protesters are also responsible for spain's pipe -- financial crisis. >> the catalonia government is using the beta of independence to diverted attention from the serious problems that have arisen from budget cuts. these painful cutbacks will continue next year. that is why they are trying to divert people's attention to something else. >> barcelona used to be a boom town, but the economic recession has dragged the city down. work has been suspended at nearly all of the construction sites downtown,heth ty be schools, hospitals, or other projects. university fees have nearly doubled. the regional government is cutting costs wherever it can. politicians have racked up 40 billion euros in debt. the problem is catalonia has to pay so much money to the spanish national government in madrid. at least that is what independence supporterssay. she is uneloye she has a degree in biology and has never been that interested in politics until now. recently, she got involved in the newly founded catalonian national assembly. >> it was the crisis t
're watching wbal-tv 11, live, local, late breaking, this is 11 news sunday morning. >> good morning. welcome to 11 news sunday morning, i'm jennifer franciotti. >> i'm lisa robinson. our top stories in a moment but first let's look outside with tony pann. >> it's going to be a nice day today, warmer. >> good for the ravens game. >> if you're lucky enough to hold tickets, it's a good one. currently clouds out there, 53 degrees at airport. we started in the 40's this morning and will climb to above-average conditions this afternoon. the average high is 67 and we should smoke into -- sneak intoe low 70's with a mix of sun and clouds. i'll be back in a few minutes to check the seven-day forecast. >> looking at news making headlines this morning. a man has died and another recovering after a shooting outside of a house party in anne arundel county around one 1:30 a.m. in the 7000 block of outing avenue in south pasadena. we are told the unidentified man suffered non-life-threatening injuries but morrow died. >> a shooting in north baltimore is a homicide investigation. investigators say officers
security risks while allowing the diplomatic mission to interact with the local leaders and individuals in the population and still be effective? >> absolutely. that was one of the tensions we always had. we understood the need to engage across a wide spectrum of programs. that was one of the main reasons we wanted those security resources, so we could deploy sufficient resources to respond when there was a problem. there was not open warfare at all times in libya. generally speaking, we saw a lot of improvements. it was fairly permissive during the daytime, things started to heat up after hours. sort of a joke, i sought was in the newspaper, but we have a saying it was in libya, you are fine until you're not. our problem was that someone found themselves in an issue, we had three officers specifically trapped in the prime minister's building when it was stormed by fighters protesting a pay issue. were we going to have sufficient people who could respond and navigate their way and and extricate those people? with time and less resources,, we were not going to have that. one of the frust
and accompanied to a local hospital with a giants' trainer and team doctor. he will undergee standard ct scan to check for bleeding, and it is likely he has a concussion, but he was doing well considering. from at&t park, amy gutierrez for nbc bay area news. >>> thank you. as for the opponents, the cardinals are truly an incredible story. came back from a 6-0 deficit last night against the washington nationals. beat the nats 9-7 and win the nlcs three games to to. and a home run in the game-winning hit for the cards. >> brian and the ownership group near san francisco has done a great job of setting a great foundation for what this organization is all about and the fan base has been phenomenal in their support, but it's a nice play to play and i definitely learned a lot of things. >> reporter: to it college gridiron. this one hotly contested. 17 stanford, 7, notre dame. into overtime an a notre dame score. stanford tries to punch it in. stopped. fourth and goal, for the game. is he stopped? does he keep going? over the line? the call on the field. a little misangle. is it a stop? the official
the coastline, and then locally inland during the overnight hours. looking at the current temperature readings -- oh, well, we can't do that yet. right now we have temperature readings -- there they are. temperatures in the low to mid-60s in some inland areas so you can see the mild weather is holding on. slow to cool down, and i'll give you a look at warm to hot weather coming your way by the middle of next week. >> sounds like good baseball weather. the giants take on the st. louis cardinals tomorrow night, game win of the national championship series, and fans of the oorange and black ready for the matchup. here's a preview. >> it's show me the money time here in san francisco. the giants are in town to fight for the national league pennant, and the city's businesses are getting ready to reap in the cash that tens of thousands of fans are expected to spend in the city in the next couple of days. insure. >> the san francisco giants are warming up for sunday's game against st. louse here at at&t park. they're happy for the home field advantage and the boost the giants fans are sure to provide
is back in giants fever. orange and black, it's spreading all across the bay area. local businesses, you better believe they are gearing up. they cannot wait to reap some of the profits from all of those fans. the giants have been warming up for today's game against st. louis here at&t park. team members are happy for the home field advantage, and that all-born boost from those fans. local bars and restaurants like the polo grounds are gearing up for hungry and thirsty fans. they say they need the business to survive financially this time of year. and don't forget all about the gear. giants hats, t-shirts, hot sellers these days. the team says it's all about believing in yourself and victory. >> you know, i think it's one of those things that we knew, we believed in ourselves and we knew we could do it. but at the same time we knew it would be very hard. we had to take it, as cleat shea goes, one game at a time. we really did. >> the difference will be who can play together, who can stick the closest and who is the better team, not just on the field, but who is the best group of guys. i
believe it, lots of local businesses, well, they can't rate to reap some of the profits from fans. giants, they have been warming up this weekend for sunday's game against st. louis here at&t park. team members are happy for the home field advantage and that all-important boost from local fans. and local bars, restaurants like the polo grounds are gearing up for a lot of hungry and thirsty fans. they say they need the business to survive financially. and don't forget that all-important gear, giants hats, t-shirts, they are hot sellers this weekend. everyone in the ballpark neighborhood, in fact, say one thing, bring it on. >> we live for it and that's what we pray for. all of the bars in the neighborhood, that's our bread and butter. that's what we live for. >> i'm here for north carolina, i'm the biggest giants fan in north carolina. we spend money coming to see these guys anytime they are winning. >> we will need you guys the next couple days. there's a hot team coming in to face us but we are pretty hot right now too. >> tickets are expected to be very hard to get and pricey. one scalp
local criminal justicy system is -- isn't set up to deal and to focus on the most serious5,px crimes. but we don't want to let those serious crimes go, and say they don't relate to the duties of office, just because they're more serious than our local criminal justice system tends to focus onoq%vdú> is it more appropriate to look at it from the perspective that the sheriff oversees violence programs and offenders or that a deputy sheriff or police officer who committed domestic violence in the same circumstances would be treated in x way. i think those are both appropriate considerations. as i said i think both lenses offer helpful information. and i don't think it's a choice really between either or. you have to consider the nature of the misconduct and how it relates to the duties of)rc$xff. and in this particular case frankly the sheriff isn't just like any line deputy, right? the sheriff should be held to a profession would be held to a higher standard than a line deputy. so a line deputy, who might merely be suspended for a particular offense, if someone higher up in th
in the transportation plan that was recently approved and it includes significant federal, regional and local resources, a significant portion of the local resources of that component of the funding plan comes from the mellow rues and the developer impact fees that again are made possible by the development included in the transit center district plan, so today's action is a really crucial step for the project and we'd very much appreciate your consideration of this item and i want to thank the rec and park staff for all the work that has moved the plan to this point and with that, i'll send it back over to josh. >> thanks, scott, if i could have the slides back up, please. just to round out the summary of the plan, scott mentioned the housing component, again, this plan include thing redevelopment area portions of the plan area will realize the construction of over 4500 new housing units in a new downtown neighborhood of which over 30% will be affordable and this is a rather unprecedented number, it's over 1400 new affordable housing units will be created and the open space program over 12 acres of op
when he was only 2 years old. after visiting a local hospital, he realized that he could use music to improve the lives of sick kids. his organization is called "concerts for a cure." its mission is to raise money for medical research. jourdan encourages talented teen musicians across the country to hold fundraising performances. >> we really look for children who had a cause that they found that was very important to them. and through innovation, they've figured out how to get other children to work with them. they don't have to wait to be leaders of tomorrow -- they're leading today. >> the founders of the award program say their honorees prove you don't have to be a grownup to do something big. >> the only thing that controls your opportunity is what's up here. it's also what allows you to grow your opportunities. so don't be afraid. try things because it means something to you. >> kids as young as 7 can be nominated for the award. top honorees receive a grant of at least $25,000 for their organization. to find out more, there's a link on our website. the spirit of the award is
tonight. the search is on for two local hikers missing in montana. >>> but first, after more than 30 years in public services colleagues remember former u.s. senator arlen specter. he died today at the age of 82. good evening, everyone. i'm jim rosenfield. specter passed away at his home from philadelphia from complications from nonhodgkin's lymphoma. the pennsylvania politician served in the senate for more than 30 years. he sparked controversy in 2009 when he switched parties to run as a democrat for his sixth term. specter said he didn't think he could win the nomination in the increasingly conservative republican party. he lost the primary to then-congressman joe sestak. >>> a developing story right now, a search under way tonight for two local hikers believed to be missing in montana. kneel peckens of virginia and jason hiser of maryland left for a hiking trip in glacier national park. family members reported them missing friday when they failed to catch their flight home. park rangers found their car later today and today six crews combed hiking trails and interviewed visitors. park
localized by neighborhood. eric leu is from nixel. there is potential here to revolutionize the way people are police and the way police do their jobs because we're all carry computers in our pocket for the first time in history. >> absolutely. one of the tragedies is police budgets are just being flashed and there's more crime that's happening and they are completely overwhelmed. one of the great things about tip watch is you are engaging all of the community and adding this emthem to the police force. it's community policing is a very powerful thing. >> the idea of texting or tipping the police is not new. what makes nixle a valuable add? >> texting is new but one thing that we do that's special is we make the tipsters unanimous. there's a history of fear of speaking out for obvious reasons. at the end of the day what we do is protect them by unanimousizing all of that information. we create a black box and as it goes through this black box it scrambles all of the personal identifiable information but allows a conversation to be had between the police and the tipsters. >> how do you assu
up against the coastline, and then locally inland during the overnight hours. looking at the current temperature readings -- oh, well, we can't do that yet. right now we have temperature readings -- there they are. temperatures in the low to mid-60s in some inland areas so you can see the mild weather is holding on. slow to cool down, and i'll give you a look at warm to hot weather coming your way by the middle of next week. >> sounds like good baseball weather. the giants take on the st. louis cardinals tomorrow night, game win of the national championship series, and fans of the oorange and black ready for the matchup. here's a preview. >> it's show me the money time here in san francisco. the giants are in town to fight for the national league pennant, and the city's businesses are getting ready to reap in the cash that tens of thousands of fans are expected to spend in the city in the next couple of days. insure. >> the san francisco giants are warming up for sunday's game against st. louse here at at&t park. they're happy for the home field advantage and the boost the giants fan
. local businesses getting ready for fans and all the profits that they will likely bring. now the giants have been warming up for today's game against st. louis. team members say they feel good. they are happy for the home field advantage and they are counting on a boost from cheering fans. local bars and restaurants like the polo grounds are gearing up for hungry, thirsty customers. they say they need the business to survive flynn this time of year. don't forget about all that gear, giants merchandise, hat, t-shirts, all hot sellers. some team members say it's all about believing in yourself. and the fans say they believe in the giants. >> i'm here from north carolina. we spend money to come see these guys when they come to win. >> it's one of those things we knew we believe in ourselves and we knew we could do it. we had to take it as the cliche goes, one game at a time. we really did. >> the difference will be who can play together, who can stick the closest and who is the better team, not just on the team but who is the best group of guys. we are very very gritty and grindy. >> great
. >> it is known locally as the peace cross. in fact, this 40-foot tall concrete structure was built in the 1920s by the american legion as a memorial to the 49 men of prince georges county who died in the service of their country during world war i. the fact that it is a cross on government land bothers the american human association. >> this country is a diverse one. we have buddhists, we have hindus, we have always had some percentage of our population that were minority religion faith. so representing those who have fallen with a monument that is only representative of one faith is just not universal enough. >> the humanist sent a letter to the maryland national park and planning commission demanding that the cross be removed from the rest of the war memorial. >> u.s.a., don't let him tear down the cross. >> more than 120 people assembled to express their support for the structure. >> it is sacrifice and peace. >> kathy davis believes the war memorial should remain as it was designed. >> it was not put up there as a religious symbol. it was put up as a memorial. >> american legion co
with that assessment that they needed those there? >> no, sir. we had been training local libyans -- >> i just want to know did you not say if that was presented to you, you would not accept it? >> he was -- >> did you or did you not say? >> yes, sir, i said that personally i would not support it. >> why is that? you knew about all these other attacks that had taken place. >> we had been training local libyans and arming them for almost a year. >> let me interrupt, the local libyan militia that was there knew there was going to be an attack on that compound so many of them left. involved't want to be in the attack. so i don't understand why you would say that out of hand that you don't think those 16 troops should be there. >> sir, with due respect, they were in tripoli, not in benghazi and it would not have made any difference in benghazi. >> mr. nordstrom, do you care to comment on this? >> beginning in about january, february time frame, i had a number of conversations with lamb, with the regional director and also the desk officer for libya itself. and a lot of those discussions were specific t
within the next four years. it means also helping local school districts that sometimes find the parents of school age children outvoted on bond issues, to give them some help with interest-free bonding authority so that we can build new schools and modernize the classrooms. we need to give teachers the training and professional development that they need, including a paid time off to go visit the classroom of a master teacher to pick up some new skills. i want to give every middle- class family a $10,000 a year tax deduction for college tuition so that middle-class families will always be able to send their kids on to college. i want to work for universal free school because we know from all the studies that the youngsters learn, kids learn more in the first few years of life than any where else. now, i said there was a contrast. governor bush is for vouchers, and in his plan he proposes to drain more money, more taxpayer money out of the public schools for private school vouchers than all of the money that he proposes in his entire budget for public schools themselves. and only one in
years. it means also helping local school districts that sometimes find the parents of school age children outvoted on bond issues, to give them some help with interest-free bonding authority so that we can build new schools and modernize the classrooms. we need to give teachers the training and professional development that they need, including a paid time off go visit the classroom of a master teacher to pick up some new skills. i want to give every middle- class family a $10,000 a year tax deduction for college tuition so that middle-class families will always be able to send their kids on to college. i want to work for universal free school because we know from all the studies that the youngsters learn, kids learn more in the first few years of life than any where else. now, i said there was a contrast. governor bush is for vouchers, and in his plan he propos to drain more money, more taxpayer money out of the public schools for private school vouchers than all of the money that he proposes in his entire budget for public schools themselves. and only one in 20 students would
endeavour creeping through the streets of los angeles. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11, live, local, late breaking. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> i'm lisa robinson. >> i'm jennifer franciotti. a check outside with tony. warmer today than it was yesterday. >> we will make it into the 70's this afternoon. yesterday, the high was 58, 59. quite a difference today. if you're going to the ravens game, you picked a good one. it's 48 degrees right now, significantly warmer than it was yesterday at this time. as we go into the afternoon, wind will pick up out of the southwest. a mix of sun and clouds, high temperatures a range between 69 and 74 degrees. rain possible to start the week tomorrow. we will talk about that in a few minutes. stay with us. >> looking at the news making headlines this morning. a man has died and another recovering after a shooting after a house apart in anne arundel county around 1:30 on saturday morning in the 7000 block of outing avenue in pasadena. police say two men were taken to the hospital where morrow died. a shooting in north baltimo
from the airport to the church. local choirs joined to sing at his memorial service at the midwestist church that helped raced him. a local boy execute troop clenchinged pencils and papers and sent them to afghanistan. jim had a vision and the matthew freeman project began. he dedicated time and energy to produce a short film that launched the project on memorial day, 2010. the project has sent over seven tons of supplies to our marines in afghanistan for human tear efforts. matthew's city, and our great arm would bases, and the savannah air guard, have helped me heal by supporting the math few freeway -- freeman project, and the 5k run for peace. last night i dedicated a memorial in our town, to captain matthew freeman joe jacket proudly announced the scholarship we're starting for the siblings of the fallen in combat. these are the forgotten mourners who sacrifice or post opinion their own education to help family. very few people know about gold star families. these are parents, siblings, thousands, children, who survived the death of their loved one. as the mother of a fallen mari
a chance to be here, get in the local market, maybe help turn out the vote. he's at the kings mill resort near clone natural williamsburg, a very beautiful place. he's trying to figure out how to step things up. he's under a lot of pressure for not really showing up the first debate, not showing the passion his supporters believe he could bring to the debate. the kind of passion president obama biden brought against paul ryan on thursday night. there's a lot at stake. you see gov. romney surging in a lot of these key battleground weather virginia or ohio. they know the president has to come up big. and david actionling rod is suggesting the president may take a more aggressive tone tuesday night. take a listen. >> i think he's going to be aggressive in making the case for his view of where we should go as a country and a country that's built around a growing, thriving middle class, not the top-down theory that gov. romney has. >> but when you talk to top democrats, they know the president has to be careful and not necessarily be too aggressive like we saw vice president biden on thursday
by your local toyota dealers. >> improvement is better than no improvement. the terrapins have already the number of winds from last season. today they -- you are proud to say he is on the team. he goes although way in for a touchdown. making it 7-0. h4+ @2 says i'm going to domichael something about that. just over a minute to go. their last chance. he cannot find anyone. it is incomplete. maryland wins 27-20. virginia tech hosting at duke. he throws it deep into markets davis. that makes the highlight reel for sure. he gets the kerry and he is gone. 24-20. no looking back. in the fourth, he is unbelievable. 86 yards for the touchdown. 41 unanswered points. 41-20. by now the dust has settled to another spring. many fans and analysts are still scratching their heads. =:piÑthe nets squandered a 6 ard lead. we have to bring it up. it all came down to pitching. they walked eight batters in the night. that ensured the cardinal win. johnson offered his condolences to the fans. >> i am sorry. we willÑi make it up to them net year. it was a fun ride. >> i am sorry we lost. that is not how
the fans. details ahead. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] " >> live, local, latebreaking -- this is wbal-tv 11 news at 6:00. >> the ravens got another narrow victory this afternoon over the dallas cowboys 31-29. despite the late surge by the cowboys, the ravens held on to extend to the winning record to 14. we have live coverage. sheldon dutes joins us with the and reaction. we begin with gerry sandusky who has the highlights. >> i did not think i would see anything closer than the marathon yesterday. we saw something this afternoon even crazier. the finish was wildly unpredictable in the 31-29 win for the ravens that sends them off to a 5-1 start the season. this was the action with the ball. he took the ball deep in the end zone and took off running untouched. the nfl recor time 108-yard kick gave the ravens the lead. the ravens are up eight. the touchdown reception. the cowboys went back for the two-point conversion to tie it. he was there but dropped the ball. the ravens still have the lead with 32 seconds left. the cowboys converted on the kick and set
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federal government and our country is out of control. we need to start at a local level and start supporting our good police department, so they can protect us, our constitutional rights are so important. and this is happening all over the country. our governors, our judges, our prosecutors, our mayors, are all in bed together. they're not protecting our rights. they go to the same resorts and clubs. our system is archaic. this is happening in every part of the country, such as the city that imfrom, south san francisco, and -- mayor, mr. vando with the police department and officer sad aki removed me out of our property illegally destroyed a small community building garden, organic shop, and a florist. we are not going to support this evil government, or your department. enough. we had -- with this that's happening. we are with you, mr. ross. we're going to support you. occupy south san francisco.com. thank you very much. >> president chiu: thanks. next speaker. >> good evening, everyone. my name is ernestin ernestine w. how can it be official misconduct when the man was not offic
the state to answer this problem has become increasingly problematic, so acting locally and doing something about it is just enormously important, so at the expense of some, what i think are minimal impacts on parks, and i really love the work you did about the use in those parks because that's enormously helpful to us, i think that the general outcome of this is a very, very positive message to everybody. having said that, i share the concern that you're proposing lifting the allocations based on maximum height and bulk of these other buildings, but i asked the question, what happens when you come in with specific designs and they may be less than maximum, can we reduce the number? can we reduce the allocation to reflect the real design? >> joshua switzky, planning staff, you would only be allocating the amount necessary for any individual projects, and as the proposed amend *f amendments to the motion would not let buildings outside the plan area avail of those unused allocations, so those two scenarios, the unused allocation goes unused forever or the commission could act to reduce the a
five upset. a look at how your local college teams fared today. sports is next. >> i'm going to guess these two teams are fighting for respect, maryland and virginia. >> pretty much. virginia were 8 and 5 last year, bowl eligible. this year not so much. maryland is just trying to get that respect and trying to build on that two-win season last season. so today's local college action featured that border war and upset and an amazing come back. first though we'll shed to charlottesville where virginia mass beaten maryland four of the last five times. this year virginia struggling and maryland hanging in there. terps and cavaliers in that border war. maryland wasted no time in getting this going. opening kickoff, diggs with another big play on special teams. 100 yards. stunning. the cavalier crowd who had just gotten in their seats, the big play at least 50 yards already this season. after anthony nix goes 20 yards. terps up 14-0. in the second half the cavs get it going. threads the needle to scott. 20 yards and they cut the deficit to 7. hills on the keeper, 4-6. maryland wins 27- 20.
. the latest update, diane. he has been taken to a local hospital, a concussion is likely. he will receive a standard ct scan to make sure there is no bleeding. bruce bochey, the skipper told me he was alert, short term memory was good. get it back to you. >> thank you for the update, amy. new information on the party boat rescue on the san francisco bay as well. the coast guard now says the party boat, neptune hit a rock near alcatraz before it started taking on water last night. the captain radioed for help, had troubling navigating back to pier 39. all 22 on board for a bachelor party were rescued, no major problems. the incident is under investigation. >>> hollister police, recovered the body believed off to beep missing mom, heather carol. they found the body inside the home of this man, held on murder charges after a standoff that ended this morning. a hollister mother reported missing wednesday when she didn't peck up her son from school. the suspects told officers where to find her body after the interview. the standoff began friday, police on the way to interview him. he was suici
the expression of art. they help local art groups. and they help with government funding. that's a source i'd like to get back to later because i think it's a self-diluted position that they cannot try to find funding for their needs outside of government sources. the library does it, rec and park does it. it's an issue that is done very successfully by other organizations in government and it's something that i think holds back the growth and development of the programs in the community, and something that really needs to be attended to. more about that later. specifically, they have -- the arts commission have some very important rules and responsibilities. amongst them are approving the design of all public buildings, approving the purchase or acceptance of all new city art, accepting the responsibility for maintaining and keeping an inventory of all of the art that the city owns, and promoting neighborhood arts in the various communities. and i'm sure the board of supervisors is somewhat familiar with the arts commission, since it apropose operates funds for the arts commission to funct
local taliban edict and campaigned for the reist girls to an education. >> if you can help us in our education, so, please, help us. >> reporter: that put her on the taliban hit list. the extremists have threatened to come and shoot malala again if she survives. you can protect her? >> yeah, surely. you know, the state will do their best to protect her. she is a symbol of hope. she's, you know, a beacon of light for all the girls of this country. we would love to protect every malala of this country. >> reporter: that's the first tall order for pakistan security forces. the second will be to arrest malala's attackers. the police have detained and then released several people over the past few days, but so far, not the man who actually pulled the trigger. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, islamabad. >> axelrod: tensions continue to rise between neighbors turkey and syria. syria flexed the muscles today by moving tanks and troops to its border with turkey and by banning turkish airline flights over its territory. earlier this week, turkey intercepted a syrian plane, a move syria called air p
local communities that are being served by these cultural centers to develop action plans for the funding of them, both long and short-term, for the operational stability of those organizations, so that they can actually function according to the demands of the charter and for the needs of the community, and to provide safety around those buildings so that there is a good feeling that people can come and participate. and i might just hypothetically state that there were two violent crimes committed in the bayview area. and when police chief found about that through our report he indicated that he would provide accommodations to increase the safety. and we really appreciate that response. it's important for the continued operation of the cultural centers that longer term or long-term leases be arranged for the tenants in those centers. right now, they are very short-term. they tend to be a year. and it's very difficult for the tenants, that receive grants, to operate for a year from the city, and from the arts commission, to go about developing adequate funding, because the
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prepared. what the giants-cardinals matchup will mean to the local economy. >>> the shuttle is closer to home. but with complications. why there won't be an on-time arrival for this final mission. >>> and a bay area college student makes a half-court shot. >>> good evening. i'm ann notarangelo. various sports fans in heaven tonight. the 49ers are red hot and the giants are on the eve of another national championship series. a look at how baseball is good for business. >> reporter: red, white and blue, championship game, going on at at&t park, while the cardinals and giants held separate practice sessions on the field. business was great in the giants dugouts sports store. kiply just had to have another giants shirts. >> i bought another shirt, because they won. it's good for pedro's and pete's. along the corridor and probably public house, because it gets really crowded when the giants are playing and people can't afford tickets. >> reporter: good too for the popular paragon bar. >> it was chaos in 2010. most of the time. but it was fun, you know. lots of people excited and everyone p
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to state and local candidates. critiques say the union are restricted but it is not as tough on corporate contributions because if they can't write a check in one place then they can write it somewhere else because they have deep pockets. am i saying it right? >> the union contributions was pay tech protection, prohibiting the use of payroll reductions for political purposes if you are a union member. of course the union members are fighting this vehemently. this is job one for them in this election because they are saying this is their free speech and their way to speak out and match the contributions of huge corporation that is put in money. corporations don't have to get the approval of all their shareholders before they spend on political messaging, so, why should unions. that is one of the big education arguments. >> one of the things it says also, it not what it seems. we hear this every single election time. don't believe it. it is not what it seeming loot a fine print and the details which is very tiny and i can't read them. but the question is there some kind of clearinghouse t
concerned about a pursuit of a local number. >> let's go to the b61, nuclear gravity bomb. it is now being modernized. there are those who look at the costs. som estimates have it as high as $16 billion. why is the b61, as well as so many other nuclear programs costing so much money? what is the challenge in this revitalization. >> these are complex, and high- tech weapons. contrary to every other military capability we produce, this has to stand the scrutiny of nuclear assurety standards. we must be able to prevent an accidental launch, and it must only be deployed, and executed when we have proper authority from the president. those are two very high standards. so the surety things that must go into that weapon are at an exponentially higher level. the b51 itself is, has thousands of components. when you change out a few of them, you have to make sure that they all work together properly. and you also have to, once you get in there, upgrade those that date back to the 1970s, to make it last for another 20 years. >> how do you cut the cost of doing that? >> we've already done that. engine
-assad rally in the city center. it is organized by a local youth group. they call themselves "the stand firm volunteers." why do you support president bashar al-assad? >> he is a very, very good president and the world. >> but some people say you should step down. you should leave pow is absurdi. he will protect us. all people like bashar al-assad. >> but so many people of died in syria -- >> because of -- >> that is what you often hear. they defend the president'. they brandish photographs of him and his powerful brother who commands the elite republican guard. a the governor's office, too, photograph of assad and his late father on every wall. the intelligence service keeps a close eye on everything here. the governor is the president's man here. i asked him about the tight security. >> security is not sites here. the situation here is normal and safe. just like any country, the security services will intervene to protect the regime and the rule of law here. >> now the fighting has reached damascus and aleppo. do you worry fighting could come here? >> we're in the process of putting down t
. the shuttle " tle df "endeavour heading home. why the hockey stand could shut down local businesses. >>> breaking the sound barrier without a net. that's what felix baumgartner is expected to do today. only cnn will bring it to you live. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> it is sunday, october 14th. good morning, everyone. so glad you're with us. i'm randi kaye. we start this morning with the shuttle "endeavour" final journey. a slow, very slow ride through the streets of los angeles that is still not other. remember, we're used to seeing the shuttle going about 17,000 miles per hour but two miles an hour this weekend may have been too ambitious for "endeavour." john zarrella is hanging out watching the crawl. >> reporter: many people have waited eight, nine hours for the shuttle to arrive, but when it did, it was worth it. it had the road to itself, a parade of one. in tinseltown where seeing stars ho-hum, "endeavour" made everyone starry-eyed. cameras snapped. people looked on in awe as "endeavour" came into view. this was the first viewing area outside the old former arena
with a local panel and talk to a bunch of folks about the issues and what's really on their mind. >> 1500 votes, and the people waiting for president in that county and that's truly some swing, bret. one last question. >> yeah, that's right. >> harris: one last question for you, it's one of the stories breaking late today here on fox news channel, the passing of the former senator arlen specter and your thoughts on that. >> you know, he's such an interesting political figure with his long life in politics. and what a character in politics, starting as a democrat, becoming a moderate republican, chairing the senate judiciary committee and sitting over all of those judicial nominations, including supreme court nominations. i interviewed them many, many times and following the campaign when he eventually lost as a democrat. becoming a democrat, yeah. today i talked to the former new hampshire governor john sununu and he reflected back on his experiences with senator specter. >> i got to know arlen reasonably well, pretty well, actually during the hearings and he turned out to be quite helpful. i t
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